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Description: Personal; YMCA ColumnDate: August 5 1886
Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL
Source: Madison County, AL Library
Page/Column: Page 3, Column 3
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Col. Turner Clanton and wife are guests of Hon. Milton Humes.
Miss Laura May Wilkinson is visiting her brother, in Richmond, Va.
Mr. Holding Johnson and wife are on a visit to his Mother, Mrs. Johnson.
Mr. Robert P. McDavid, of Birmingham, is among his many Huntsville friends.
Miss Jennie Lile has returned to Trinity, accompanied by Miss Bell Campbell.
Mr. Robert Patton’s many friends have given him a cordial welcome to his old home.
Miss Bessie McGinty, of Memphis, is visiting her friend, Miss Ola Wright, on the Meridianville Pike.
Miss Emma Mitchell, of Memphis, was on a short visit to her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Mitchell, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. D. B. Young was elected, Tuesday night, Superintendent of our city schools,--a most excellent choice. His strongest opponent was Prof Wood, of Gurleys.
We find in the Philadelphia Weekly Times, of July 24, 1886, an illustrated article from the pen of Col. D. R. Hundley. Among the illustrations is a portrait of the Colonel, from a photograph taken in Richmond, Va., in 1863. We congratulate our friend upon the high compliment paid him. He has been a regular contributor to the Times for a number of years, several of his articles have been published in the INDEPENDENT. His present article is too lengthy for our columns, but is the best he has yet written.
Y. M. C. A. COLUMN
The Y. M. C. A. meet at the Episcopal Church on next Sunday, August 8th, at 4 o’clock p.m.
Leader—John D. Chadwick.
Subject—The New Birth.
JAIL COMMITTEE—S. F. Swinehart, Theodore Thurston, James Lacy, James C. Jones, J. W. Wall, Louis Searcy, Henry B. Grubbs, Dr. M. C. Baldridge.
The Association will meet in their Rooms Friday August 6th, at 8:15 p.m.
Leader—A. R. Erskine.
Committee to visit Colored Y. M. C. A.—John E. Johnson.